Dataset: OSU-V
Taxa: Commelinaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Vascular Plant Collection


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Kirk Whited   26631905-07-29
United States, Montana, [Yellowstone], Billings.

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Barbara L. Wilson   108562002-09-23
United States, Oregon, Umatilla, Hermiston, on Highway 395., 45.84221 -119.30061

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[needs research]   s.n.1905-06-29
United States, Montana, [Yellowstone], Billings.

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Duncan W. Thomas   21
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, Lois Island; near Tongue Point; Astoria., 46.1875 -123.7206

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Duncan W. Thomas   s.n.
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, about 4 air miles E of Astoria in the Columbia River Estuary; on Lois island.

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[needs research]   s.n.1956-06-02
United States, Oregon, Benton, O.S.C. [Oregon State College/University] Greenhouse., 44.5675 -123.2769

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Wendell Wood   s.n.2015-04-16
United States, Oregon, Curry, immediately west of the north (really west) jetty of the Chetco River; just above the beach, west of the extreme south end of Sea Cliff Terrace (road); Brookings., 42.0465 -124.2739, 2m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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